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1 CALHOON, Robert M., Timothy M. BARNES and George A. RAWLYK MacKINNON, Neil FANNING, David) CONDON, Ann Gorman Loyalists and Community in North America
Greenwood Press, Westport, Conn. and L., 1994, ISBN:0313289476 
CALHOON, Robert M., Timothy M. BARNES and George A. RAWLYK, (eds.). Loyalists and Community in North America. Westport, Conn. and L. : Greenwood Press, (1994). Pp (4),v-viii,(2),[1]-226,(4). 8vo, blue cloth. Contents: Introduction; 1. David H. Villiers' "'King Mob' and the Rule of Law: RevolutionaryJustice and the Suppression of Loyalism in Connecticut, 1774-1783"; 2. Jea n F. Hankins' "Connecticut's Sandemanians: Loyalism as a Religious Test"; 3. Albert H. Tillison, Jr's "The Maintenance of Revolutionary Concensus: Treatment of Tories in Southwestern Virginia, 1775-1783"; 4. Rebecca Starr's "'Little Bermuda': Loyalism on Daufuskie Island South Carolina, 1775-1783"; 5. David E. Maas' "The Massachusetts Loyalists and the Problem of Amnesty, 1775-1790"; 6. Joseph S. Tiedemann's "Patriots, Loyalists, and Conflict Resolution in New York, 1783-1787"; 7. Kathryn Roe Coker's "The Artisan Loyalists of Charleston, South Carolina "; 8. Cynthia Dubin Edelberg's "Jonathan Odell and Philip Freeman: Poetry and Politics in the Garrison Town of New York City"; 9. Carole Watterson Troxler's "Allegiance without Community: East Florida as the Symbol of a Loyalist Contract in the South"; 10. Robin F.A. Fabel's "Loyalist West Florida: An Ambiguous Community"; 11. Lindley S. Butler's "David Fanning's Militia: A Roving Partisan Community"; 12. Ann Gorman Condon's "The Loyalist Community in New Brunswick"; 13. Janice Potter-MacKinnon's "Loyalists and Community: The Eastern Ontario Loyalist Women"; 14. Jane Errington and George A. Rawlyk's "Creating a British-American Political Community in Upper Canada"; 15. Neil MacKinnon's "The Nova Scotia Loyalists: A Traumatic Community". Number 158 in the Contributions in American History series. Vg. 200.00

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